Knowing how to sell stuff you no longer want or need can be very helpful in being a Family CEO. There are tons of places to sell stuff – both online and offline – but eBay is an important one. How many times have you heard someone say, ‘Just sell it on eBay” or “Why […]
There are a number of things you can do with empty printer cartridges. You can recycle them, refill them, and even return them to big box office supply stores for a credit on future purchases. Until I read this article by eBay Examiner Suzanne Wells, however, I wasn’t aware that you could sell empty print […]
I was able to make a couple of sales this week on Amazon and eBay. The first was a Vera Bradley purse and coin purse that my daughter no longer wanted. Together they only brought $18, which was a little disappointing but since they were (gently) used I guess it’s better than nothing. The other […]
I loved this guest post at Man vs. Debt about paying off debt by selling on Ebay. The author paid off $15,000 in student loans in nine months by selling stuff she had laying around. I did something similar one year when I financed Christmas by selling on Ebay. A lot is written about staring […]
The scrapbooking supplies I listed last week on eBay sold for $142.50. That’s a pretty nice sum for something that has been sitting in a closet for at least three years. Three weeks ago I sold a little-used glass deviled egg dish for $74. And several years ago I financed almost our entire Christmas by […]
In a continuing effort to declutter my house and earn some extra money in the process, I have listed some little-used scrapbooking supplies on eBay this week. We’re less than five hours into this seven-day auction and this already has both bids and watchers, so I’m hopeful. Oh, and here’s a tip for you: If […]
Several years ago I listed some items on eBay in an effort to declutter my house and earn some extra money. I accomplished both and found that I actually enjoyed the process of researching prices and listing items for sale. Some of my successes were: A little girls’ wool dress coat sold for $76 A […]
It’s Wednesday and what Works for Me are eBay completed listings. When I have an item that I’m considering listing or buying on eBay, I do a search for the item but I make sure it’s an ‘Advanced Search’ and that I click the little box next to ‘Completed Listings Only’. That way I know […]
Check out LastMinute Auction. A list of eBay auctions at a dollar or less with an hour or less to go.
This is definitely not my original idea, but I saw it on the web somewhere and it has worked for me ever since. When I photograph a book to sell on eBay, I lay the book flat on a solid background and take the picture sideways. Then I rotate the picture in my software so […]
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